Brown Bag Seminar

The Brown Bag Seminar provides an internal forum for our PhD students, postdocs and faculty to present early-stage working papers or research ideas. The seminar is actually held on Wednesday from 1:45 pm to 3.15 pm by ZOOM (unless otherwise stated).

Program for the current term


Please mark your calendars for the following seminar dates:

10 March

Johannes Voget: „Tax Avoidance Opportunities and Anticipatory Changes in Executive Compensation”

17 March

Jannis Bischof:  „Forward-Looking Loss Provisioning“ (co-authored by Rainer Haselmann, Oliver Schlüter, and Ingrid Stein)

21 April

28 April

Barbara Stage: „Business Model Digitalization and Tax Avoidance“ (co-authored by Elisa Casi-Eberhard, and Maximilian Todtenhaupt)

12 May

Tim Martens (Cass Business School, London), Christoph J. Sextroh (Tilburg School of Economics and Management): „Patent Disclosures, Capital Market Feedback and Corporate Innovation“

19 May

Stephen Campbell: „Heterogeneity in the relation between financial reporting and tax aggressiveness: 
Evidence from latent class models”

2 June

Felix Vetter: Title will not be published

16 June

Theresa Bührle: „Fund managers' risk-taking decisions, ownership, and capital gains taxes”


In case the University will not be able to re-open, the Brown Bag Seminar will be hosted online via ZOOM.

Past Brown Bag Seminars